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If you’ve ever tried to catch a flea, you know that they’re resilient, hard-to-kill parasites—fleas have flattened bodies, making them very difficult to squash. To make matters worse, fleas change radically over the course of their life cycle and must be targeted differently as eggs, juveniles, and adults.
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No matter what part of the US you live in, Part 1 of our blog shows that there’s likely a species of termite that could cause severe damage to your home if left unchecked. But how can you determine whether or not these elusive pests are hollowing out your home right under your nose? Read on for telltale signs that you might be suffering from a termite infestation.
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By the time you notice termite damage in or around the home, it’s often already extensive. The US Department of Agriculture estimates that termites cause over a billion dollars of damage to homes in America every year. With that monetary level of destruction, it’s best to know what kinds of termites thrive in your area and what they can do to your home if left unchecked.
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A day in the work life of a pest control technician is a busy one. Pest management companies service residential customers as well as businesses and corporate clients, but according to Rusty Markland, operations manager of PestNow in Northern Virginia, through it all a technician’s main focus is providing high-quality service.
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Indoor service plans, detailed in Part 1 of our blog, are often recommended for homeowners who are already combating a pest situation. For those of you hoping to stay ahead of the problem or avoid using pesticides inside your home, outdoor service plans can be an ideal preventative measure.
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A roach scurrying across your kitchen floor, the skittering sound of paws coming from your attic, the telltale sign of wood damage left behind by termites: these are clear signs of a pest problem. No matter where you live, sooner or later you’re probably going to have a pest control issue.
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